Bill could allow students who missed TOPS to receive it after 2 years with 3.2 GPA
Posted on 5/3/2018 1:36:00 PM.

Students who had the GPA, but were a few points shy of qualifying for TOPS in high school could get another shot at the scholarship under a bill that is almost to the governor’s desk. The legislation would allow students who scored 17, 18, or 19 on the ACT, but have a 3.2 GPA after two years in college to collect TOPS for their last two years. The bill’s sponsor is New Orleans Senator Wesley Bishop.
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